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Covid vaccine for Italy departure??

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Reading one of the recent post, it states:

Those guests considered unvaccinated should show a negative result for a PCR or antigen test taken no more than one day before boarding day.

Passengers who are unvaccinated by the European Medicines Agency (EMA) or who are not up-to-date with their vaccines will require additional testing during sailings from Italy. This onboard testing will be at the guest’s expense at $55 per test.

This confuses me as to if a vaccine is required or not.  Would appreciate input.

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I think it is clear that vaccination is required and you have to show proof and that you have completed the vaccination schedule.  But for those who are not vaccinated, and are not vaccinated they have to to show they are negative and they will be tested again onboard.  Could be multiple tests onboard.  So basically there is more expenses and more hoops for the unvaccinated.  They also have to wear masks all the time while onboard.




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